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Interior of the brick barrack in Birkenau some time after the liberation. (Photo. Stanisław Mucha)

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Bridge at Remagen

The Bridge at Remagen

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Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

KL Wöbbelin immediately after its liberation by the US Army. Date photograph before 11. May 1945

On May the Infantry Division and the Airborne Division encountered the Wöbbelin concentration camp. Here, American soldiers patrol the perimeter of the camp. Germany, May

Remagen Bridge

The Bridge at Remagen (Ludendorff Bridge) was the first Allied bridgehead over the Rhine River during the closing days of World War II.

Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

Part of the fence of concentration camp Wöbbelin.

Part of the fence of concentration camp Wöbbelin.

1945 WW2 Remagen Germany Ludendorff Bridge

1945 WW2 Remagen Germany Ludendorff Bridge

American troops along the Bizerte corniche shortly after the port fell. The town had been without running water for three months; typhus was present and cholera threatened. The M2 half track belongs to 9th Infantry Division, possibly 'B' Company of the 15th Combat Engineer Battalion, although the markings are not clear.

American troops along the Bizerte corniche shortly after the port fell. The town had been without running water for three months; typhus was present and cholra threatened.

love the covered bridges of VT...and the maple syrup...and the B&J ice cream...and thanks for Burton boards!!

Vermont Covered Bridges

One of the many covered bridges in Vermont. We have seen many of them when visiting family there, but never during the height of the fall colors. I'm sure my husband, as a boy, never appriciated the beauty that surrounded him.

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The Bridge of Immortals, Huangshan, China. The world’s highest bridge is situated in the Yellow Mountains, also known as Huangshan. From the bridge you will have a breathtaking view, and see how the clouds are touching the mountainsides beneath you.

Owachomo Bridge, Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah

Photo Ascension by D."Bodhi" Smith on

LEGO bridge in Wuppertal. Though it's just an optical illusion...I love it!

LEGOs Hack Bridge in Germany

Street Artist Megx Creates Giant Lego Bridge in Germany. How lovely it would be if all bridges were painted like this. the travel would be so much better.

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